DEFUINT


Specifies a default data type for a range of variable names

Syntax:
Defuint start_letter[-end_letter ][, ...]

Parameters:
start_letter
the first letter in the range
end_letter
the last letter in the range

Description:
Defuint specifies that variables and arrays which aren't declared with a data type - or not declared at all - are implicitly declared of type Uinteger if the first letter of their names matches a certain letter or lies within an inclusive range of letters.

Examples:
This will make uNumber a Uinteger number since its first letter starts with u.
'' Compile with -lang fblite

#lang "fblite"

DefInt u
Dim uNumber


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